One of the Oregon District’s most popular attractions now can sell alcohol from its new bar.
The Yellow Cab Tavern, 700 E. Fourth St., recently received its full liquor license from the State of Ohio.
“It’s been a lot of work to get to this point,” Mark Jeffers, the tavern’s co-owner, said in a statement. “This place began with our non-profit arts group throwing some shows in an abandoned building. It was a hobby that has grown into something so much more. This next phase, as a fully licensed business, will allow us to do more of the events we love without all the constraints of temporary liquor licensing and insurance hassles. The vibe won’t change. There will just be more of it.”
Yellow Cab recently made several improvements, including a new bar, sinks and coolers, and full men’s and women’s restrooms.
The venue will sell alcohol at Friday’s food truck rally.
The licenses allow the venue to provide “sale of intoxicating liquor on Sunday between the hours 10:00 a.m. or 11:00 a.m. and midnight” and have “spirituous liquor for on premises consumption only, beer, wine and mixed beverages for on premises, or off premises in original sealed containers, until 2:30 a.m., according to the Ohio Department of Commerce’s website.
The Dayton Circus began hosting events at “The Old Yellow Cab Building” six years ago.
Tons of concerts, art shows, poetry slams, food truck rallies, artisan markets and more events have been held there since.